BPM Tech & Every Moment Has a Story partner up in the “BPM Best Personal Tech from 2016” vlog The last Patreon vlog for 2016 was a joint project with BPM Tech! In this month’s vlog, we cover our top tech tips that any photography … Continue readingJoint project with Bellingham Podcast Media
Making a Tool out of WiFi Lightbulbs For me, I view technology as the means or a tool for solving problems. For my wife and I, we did have a problem that our lightbulbs were not solving. It was the simple function of having the … Continue readingBellingham Street-Fighter Photo (LIFX Ambassador)
The voyage to the center of the View-Master reel continues: See where this journey started. I was able to find some inkjet printable transparency (cellulose acetate) – which I found can be a bit difficult in an age where teachers no longer keep an overhead … Continue reading[Part 2] Exploration into View-Master reels in the 21st century
One of my favorite photographic technology toys of my childhood has to be the View-master. Being able to see photos of far way places, and some of them pop out before your eyes in 3D, fascinated me as a kid. Now all grown up, or at … Continue readingAn exploration into View-Master reels in the 21st century
Many of the tools I’ve been covering in the STC’s Intro to 3D Making workshop can be used by anyone; for free or free-ish 3D Modeling & Making 3D modeling: check out Autodesk‘s 123D design: http://www.123dapp.com/design 3D slicing: check out Cura (especially if you are a WWU student looking … Continue readingResources for beginning 3D scanning and modeling
Earlier this week HODINKEE published a fantastic article on how an engineer, and watch enthusiast, created a model of a working tourbillion watch calibre for 3D print. What was great about this maker is that Laimer put up all the schematics up on Thingaverse and … Continue readingA Maker Timelord
AJ by AJ on Sketchfab Experimenting and researching different 3D technologies has brought be down an interesting, yet deep, photo-philosophic rabbit hole. Much like Alice in Wonderland, I find myself trying to understand if I am the one that is huge in a small … Continue readingWhere does photography end, and 3D begin?